Again! Bobby Jindal rips 'insecure, weak' Trump
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, who’s running toward the bottom in the polls for Republican candidate for president, gave a repeat performance of his less-than-favorable assessment of fellow White House hopeful Donald Trump – the one where he called him a narcissist – and took to the Web pages of CNN to remind voters: you don’t want the Donald. He’s only out for himself.
“His problem with Washington isn’t big government,” Jindal wrote. “It’s that he’s not running it. He’s not liberal, moderate or conservative. He’s not Republican or Democrat. Donald Trump is for Donald Trump. He believes only in himself.”
Jindal, just last week, took to the national airwaves to slam Trump as an “egomaniac,” a “narcissist,” and a “joke,” as WND reported.
And in CNN, it was more of the same.
“Like all narcissists, Trump is insecure, weak and afraid of being exposed,” he wrote. “That’s why he’s constantly telling us how big and rich and great he is and how insignificant everyone else is. Like a kid in a superhero costume, Trump compares himself to Ronald Reagan, wearing the Gipper’s slogan on his forehead as if he just thought of it. But whereas Reagan was a terrible entertainer and a great statesman, Trump is a great entertainer who would be a terrible statesman.”